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'''Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense''' is a genre of fiction in which a crime or other problem has been created and it's up to the main characters to solve it.
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'''Mystery & Thriller''' is a genre of fiction in which a crime or other problem has been created and it's up to the main characters to solve it.
  
= Forum =
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The Mystery & Thriller forum added in 2003 for problem-solving (and problem-making) writers to discuss the art of writing mystery and thriller. It was originally named Mystery in 2003 before eventually gaining the name "Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense". The forum gained its current name in 2019.
'''Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense''' is a forum added in 2003 for problem-solving (and problem-making) writers.
 
  
 
== Forum Description ==  
 
== Forum Description ==  
<blockquote>"The butler invites you into this forum where the mystery writers are gathering to find out who-done-it. He has announcement to make: only one of you will leave..." (2015-present)<br>
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<blockquote>"The butler invites you into this forum where the mystery writers are gathering to find out who-done-it. He has announcement to make: only one of you will leave..." (2015-present)</blockquote>
"Where mystery writers gather to find out who done it." (2003-2014)</blockquote>
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<blockquote>"Where mystery writers gather to find out who done it." (2003-2014)</blockquote>
  
 
=== Topics and Threads ===
 
=== Topics and Threads ===
* Sub-genres include: detective fiction, mystery fiction, legal thriller, medical thriller, political thriller, spy fiction, psychological thriller, techno-thriller, noir
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* Sub-genres include: detective fiction, mystery fiction, legal thriller, medical thriller, political thriller, spy fiction, psychological thriller, techno-thriller, noir, suspense
  
 
=== Moderators ===  
 
=== Moderators ===  
 
==== Current Moderators ====
 
==== Current Moderators ====
 
* [[Heather Dudley]] (2003-present)
 
* [[Heather Dudley]] (2003-present)
* [https://nanowrimo.org/participants/aka-click aka-click] (October 2018-present)
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* The global [[moderator]]s (September 2019-present)
  
 
==== Former Moderators ====
 
==== Former Moderators ====
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* JupiterStar
 
* JupiterStar
 
* [http://nanowrimo.org/participants/shadow-kitty shadow kitty] (2015-September 2018)
 
* [http://nanowrimo.org/participants/shadow-kitty shadow kitty] (2015-September 2018)
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* [https://nanowrimo.org/participants/aka-click aka-click] (October 2018-September 2019)
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
* [http://nanowrimo.org/forums/mystery-thriller-suspense NaNoWriMo forum for Mystery, Thriller & Suspense]
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* [https://forums.nanowrimo.org/c/genres/mystery-thriller NaNoWriMo forum for Mystery & Thriller]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:06, 18 May 2020

Mystery & Thriller is a genre of fiction in which a crime or other problem has been created and it's up to the main characters to solve it.

The Mystery & Thriller forum added in 2003 for problem-solving (and problem-making) writers to discuss the art of writing mystery and thriller. It was originally named Mystery in 2003 before eventually gaining the name "Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense". The forum gained its current name in 2019.

Forum Description

"The butler invites you into this forum where the mystery writers are gathering to find out who-done-it. He has announcement to make: only one of you will leave..." (2015-present)

"Where mystery writers gather to find out who done it." (2003-2014)

Topics and Threads

  • Sub-genres include: detective fiction, mystery fiction, legal thriller, medical thriller, political thriller, spy fiction, psychological thriller, techno-thriller, noir, suspense

Moderators

Current Moderators

Former Moderators

External Links